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Simmons 801600 Volt 600 Laser Rangefinder
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- 4 x 20mm vertical rangefinder
- 10-Yard-600-yard range
- 1-Yard accuracy. Measures in yards or meters.
- 1-button Operation; In-View liquid crystal display
- Refer page 6 in user manual for troubleshooting steps.
- Class 1 laser with <1mW average power output
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Know the exact distance between you and serious bragging rights
The Volt 600 is hairsplitting accuracy made simple. An in-view LCD display provides the exact distance to your target from 10 to 600 yards with the tap of a single button, while 4x magnification and bright, crystal-clear optics bring you nose to nose with your next trophy. Its efficient, compact vertical design and weather-resistant housing provide an unparalleled advantage that's easy to carry - just be prepared to carry something much heavier on the hike back.
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This range finder does not have a backlight so if it is dusk or dawn it is difficult to read the yardage marker (since the font is black). However, the rangefinder does work at dusk or dawn so if you have something with light coloring (a corn pile or something) to contrast with you will still be able to read the yardage (the yardage stays on the screen for a couple of seconds so you can range something dark and then swivel to a contrasting color and read the numbers).
It was accurate +/- 1 yd up to 65 yds (that's the max distance I tested because I'm not a good enough shot to shoot any further than that with a bow). Many reviews state that this will not range deer up to 600 yds...that is TRUE...but this range finder isn't meant to range deer up to 600 yds. Look at the photo I attached and you will see that this product is only rated at 200 yds for deer ranging. I'm not sure why this isn't made clear on this page but this range finder won't work for long-distance rifle hunting or golf. And honestly, if you are attempting to shoot deer at 400-600 yds then you should probably invest in higher end range finder. This isn't intended to be a top of the line range finder. This is a budget range finder that works really well for bow hunting.
Conclusion, for the price I would recommend this range finder. It is accurate if a bit challenging to use without a lighted display. If you are looking for a basic, entry level range finder for hunting. This will work. I don't know about golfing, I don't golf but suspect this would have a hard time picking up something as small as a flag on a pole at any real distance.
One final thought. I bought this after looking at various reviews and Simmons seems to be a good name for range finders. Guess time will tell. With limited experience I would recommend it as a very basic - entry level range finder.
I tested it at ranges from known yards at 7yds to just over 400yds. It worked great.
Hard to hold steady at long ranges on small things anyway. My goal was for a crossbow and handgun hunting aid.
From what I've seen, for that realistic application, it excels.
Response time for 50yd reads was just a second.
The 4x magnification is a cool feature also, just for scanning. Light gathering is basically nill at legal light though.
I have an old 150 FT tape so we set our target up at 75 ft and check it with the rangefinder and it said 25 Yards. So we went out to 120 ft and checked it again and it read 40 yards on the money. Then we did one more test at 300 ft which was hard because we were running out of land but we used the tape and got the target set up at 300ft and the rangefinder read 100 yards on the money. Well worth the money and a really cool toy that could be used for measuring property or on the golf course or what ever.